A couple of weeks ago Red Heart sent me two skeins of their Loop-It Yarn. I have to admit, I was intimidated to give it a try. I had seen lots of fun projects popping up made with this finger looping technique and decided to finally give it a try. I started by watching some videos on the different stitches you can do with this
While I was in Texas visiting my daughter and her new baby girl, Lucy Jane, she asked me to make her some headbands. I had a few skeins of yarn from other projects with me and whipped up a few. We giggled at how cute she was with her giant bow. When I got home I made her some more headbands. I love interchangeable things
This is a fun, everyday beanie that is great for boys and girls of all ages, newborn to adult. PLUS a fun pumpkin version is included. The patterns for all of these styles can be found below. If you would like to download an ad-free version of this pattern, you can purchase one for only $2 in my Craftsy shop. Please add this to your
This past week, I made little monkey beanies for a friend’s newborn twin grandbabies. She wanted hats that match, but not identical. I think they turned out really cute and they loved them! Twin Baby Monkey Beanies Save this pattern for later by adding it to your Ravelry favorites: Click Here. Project Info Project Description: A simple and sweet little beanie for newborn
This Halloween will be my grandson’s first so I wanted to make him a fun pumpkin hat. I thought Red Heart reflective yarn would be perfect and I love how it turned out. Flashy Pumpkin Beanie Click HERE to download the pattern from Ravelry and save it to your favorites. Pattern includes instructions for making all sizes from toddler to adult, with or without earflaps.
Update: Jazlyn LOVED her new hat! 🙂 I hope you do too. There are a lot of patterns for long tailed baby hats around and that’s because they are so dang cute on wee ones. When a close friend of mine called this week and asked if I had time to whip up a couple hats for her baby due any day I jumped at
A friend of mine is throwing a baby shower and the theme is “our little pumpkin”. When she asked me if I could make a cute pumpkin hat, I jumped at the chance. I thought a set would be nice to keep the little one cozy in the fall, plus makes a simple costume for newborns. This pattern is based on my Twist and Shout
The first crochet patterns I wrote as Snappy Tots were these birds. My neighbor’s little boy loved the game and wanted the set. It was fun and I hope you will enjoy these free patterns. Red Bird Diaper Set All sizes for the hat are included, but the diaper cover is only for sizes up to 24 months. Materials: Worsted weight yarn, in red, black,
One of the first baby prop patterns I wrote was this sling for a customer. This style has been around for a few years and is still a fun style. It can be used many ways, for a variety of sizes. Please be careful whenever handling a baby. Crochet Sling & Nest Photo Prop Materials: Bulky Weight Yarn (Lions Brand Homestead) or a combination of
We are big football fans (Go Broncos!) and I love seeing all of the striped ski hats the players wear on the sidelines. There are lots of knitting patterns for this style, but I couldn’t find a cute crochet one. I LOVE seeing people get excited about a new hobby and wanting to learn. Many people learn to crochet by making scarves or wash cloths.